India displayed a performance that will mold their strategies in Australia for the World T20, which is less than four months away. As Rohit won his 14th straight game as the T20 skipper at Edgbaston, MS Dhoni was invited inside the Indian locker room as a special visitor.

After India won the series, the previous captain was seen visiting the squad. Photos of him conversing with Ishan Kishan and other team members were posted on the BCCI’s official Twitter account. Always listening when the great @msdhoni speaks, read the tweet’s caption from BCCI. The World Cup-winning captain of India was seen earlier this week watching a Wimbledon match.

While Rohit has been just as successful since taking over as the team’s full-time captain as Dhoni has remained one of the sport’s most successful leaders. Under his leadership, the Indian squad has never lost a game. Three clean sweeps have occurred: against New Zealand (3-0), the West Indies (3-0), and Sri Lanka (3-0), with one against England perhaps on the horizon.

“Jadeja made a brilliant knock under pressure. Jadeja had made a hundred here (in the fifth test), and he continued from there, so we needed someone to bat through and help us reach a score,” said Rohit after the match.

We never had the impression that he was in danger. It was excellent to end with a mark we considered to be acceptable on that surface. When the powerplay began, Rohit and Rishabh Pant teamed together to score 61 runs. But in the span of four deliveries, paceman Richard Gleeson had a dream debut by dismissing Rohit (31), Virat Kohli (1), and Pant (26). A 29-ball 46 from Ravindra Jadeja helped India end on an impressive 170-8 after England made a spirited comeback.

Early on, England was rocked by Bhuvneshwar, who was named player of the match for his 3/15, before Yuzvendra Chahal (2-10) contributed with two wickets. England was bowled out for 121 in 17 overs despite the efforts of Moeen Ali (35) and David Willey (33), who both scored 35.